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About Lusamine and Lillie *Spoilers*

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Here they explain in detail of everything that the Pokemon caretaker in the poke Pelego is actually the father of Lillie and Gladion and husband of Lusamine. His disapperance led his wife to insanity and being abusive to her children which led Lillie to be distant from people that you the players warm kindness led her to wanting to become a Pokemon trainer when at first she depised trainers which is why that she is quite cold to you tat the start of the game. Also...the way that she dressed for the first 2/3's f the game was to resemble Nihilgo that her mother is so insane that she dressed up her daughter this way. Even the girls want Lillie. Hapu was already touched by her beauty as well as Hau having a secret crush on her. But with her oblivious to this sort of thing...she next to Malicia(FE3), Elise, Kakarotto, Tomoyo are some of the kindest people that you will ever see and that even Lillie is an advisor for 1/3 of the game like Elise Hoshido Path and Malicia(FE3's) Ending. Here are TV Tropes' descriptions of them to get a better understanding of them...

Lillie (Lilie)
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A mysterious girl who assists Professor Kukui for personal reasons. She's not a trainer, because she dislikes seeing Pokémon get hurt. She is fiercely protective of a strange and temperamental Pokémon named Cosmog, nicknamed Nebby, that she carries around in her bag.

  • AdorkableNot obvious at first, but as the game goes on and she opens up more to the protagonist and others, she veers squarely into this. The best examples being her calling her Significant Wardrobe Shift her "Z-powered form", referring to a lot of relatively simple things as her trials and the fact she will often do a Z-pose after either of those.
  • Aerith and Bob: She has a very common name compared to the rest of her family (Gladion, Lusamine, and Mohn).
  • A Girl And Her X: Lillie and Cosmog, who can become either Lunala or Solgaleo depending on the version.
  • Ambiguously Bi: She has Ship Tease with the protagonist whether it's "Elio" or "Selene" and when Olivia teaches her Z-move to player, she strikes her pose, the camera cuts to Lillie, who is watching with a broad smile on her face.external_link.gif
  • Badass Pacifist: Lillie isn't a trainer, and for most of the story outright abhors Pokémon battling, but she always sticks to her convictions, and even becomes your traveling partner while traversing Vast Poni Canyon.
  • Big Little Sister: When compared to her brother Gladion or even the playable character, she is slightly taller than both of them.
  • Blush Sticker: When she gets mad (usually when the player is given the option of a flippant response to her), she puffs up her cheeks as they turn red.
  • But Now I Must Go: After the player becomes the Champion, she decides to go to Kanto to start her journey as a trainer.
  • Calling the Old Woman Out: When Lusamine details her whole plan to Lillie and the protagonist while they're inside the Ultra Beast's home dimension, Lillie responds with "That's terrible, Mother! You are terrible!" Doubles as a Kirk Summation because Lusamine is in full Evil Matriarch Brainwashed and Crazy mode at that time.
  • Character Development: Over the course of the story, she becomes more confident and outgoing, thanks to the player character's influence. By the end of it, she grows interested in Pokémon battles, and decides to start her own journey in Kanto.
  • Character Tics: After her makeover, she often makes a fist pump with both hands.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Despite not being a Pokémon trainer herself, she still carries plenty of trainer gear on her at all times, including Potions and Repels. Justified, since traveling across the islands necessitates traveling through a lot of areas with dangerous Pokémon, and it pays to be prepared.
  • Cute Bookworm: She loves to read, and her loft bedroom at Professor Kukui's place is full of high-level books.
  • Dark and Troubled PastHer father vanished into an alternate dimension, prompting her mother Lusamine to obsessively search for him and neglect Lillie and her brother. Exposure to the Nihilego drove Lusamine further to insanity, to which Gladion eventually grew sick of and ran away from with Type:Null. Unfortunately, this left Lillie being the only one to endure the brunt of Lusamine's now-exacerbated psychosis and obsession with the Ultra Beasts for two years. Three months before the game begins she followed suit with Nebby, and spent much of it afterwards fearing capture by both the Aether Foundation and Team Skull.
  • Deuteragonist: The main story is as much about her as it is about the player. It's most prominent during the Poni Island arc, where she travels right by the player's side across the entire island.
  • Disappeared Dad: While we know eventually her mother is Lusamine, not many details are given about her father. Later on, it's explained that her father was lost into an Ultra Wormhole and never came back, which is what probably drove her mother to deep end with her fixation on Ultra Beasts. Though piecing some information together will point out that her father is Mohn but nobody else knows this fact.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Hapu got too distracted by how lovely Lillie was (her exact words) to give you the Mudsdale ride in Malie City. Acerola also seems very happy to spend time with Lillie as well.
  • Expository Hairstyle ChangeAlong with changing her outfit, she also puts her hair up in a ponytail prior to the departure to Poni Island, in order to prominently delineate her strengthening resolve.
  • Expy: Of N from Pokémon Black and WhiteBoth are characters which are mysterious at first with a sad backstory with an awful parent except they are on the opposite gender and are both the Deuteragonist of the games. The only difference between the two is that Lillie doesn't fight where as you get to constantly fight N throughout the game. Also when N leaves for Unova and states that he may come back it plays N's Farewell. When Lillie states the same thing except for Alola instead the song playing is Lillie's Farewell.
  • Eye Take: When she scoffs at Hau's misuse of "land ahoy" and asks Kukui and the protagonist to back her up, and Kukui sides with Hau and makes a bad joke, Lillie's momentarily stunned, causing her eyes to briefly turn into black dots and her mouth to become a tiny triangle. It happens again briefly when Hapu's Mudsdale gallops up behind her and loudly neighs to her.
  • Foil: Visually serves as a foil to her brother Gladion's red and black color scheme. Within the story, she acts as a foil to her mother, Lusamine. Lillie serves as the responsible and protective "mother" of Cosmog, while Lusamine says she has no children directly to Lillie.
  • Fanservice: Not in a typical sense but when Lillie changes into her new outfit a lot of the characters call Lillie beautiful (Including the girls) and when she shows up in her new outfit the camera pans to her chest and legs for a couple of seconds.
  • Foreshadowing: Her response to meeting the protagonist's mother for the first time is to remark, "You... have a very nice mother, don't you?", foreshadowing the very bad relationship she has with hers.
  • Green Eyes: Shares this trait with her brother Gladion, mother Lusamine, and father Mohn, likely as foreshadowing for the relation they all share.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Blonde-haired and a very good person. It stands in stark contrast to her mother.
  • Happily Adopted: Professor Burnet found her and Nebby on the beach three months before the start of the game, and Burnet and Kukui have been taking care of her ever since. Lillie later admits that she sees Burnet like an actual mother figure.
  • Implied Love Interest: For the male protagonist, at least. During the Exeggutor Island rain cutscene, Lillie's dialogue differs depending on the protagonist's gender. If the protagonist is male, she say that when she becomes a trainer, she'd like to travel together with them. While if the protagonist is female, she simply says that she wants to learn all of the thing they know.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: After Nebby turns into the mascot Legendary of the game, it wants to stay in the Alola region and go on adventures with Lillie. However, Lillie realizes she can't give the new Legendary the adventures or battles it desires, so she allows the player character to capture it instead so that Nebby will be happy.
  • Kid with the Leash: To Nebby, after it evolves into Solgaleo/Lunala.
  • Little Miss Snarker: Downplayed. Some of your responses as well as Hau bring out this side of her on occasion but that's all there is.
  • The Medic: She'll frequently heal the player's team throughout the game, especially at the Trainer's School, and later while traveling through Vast Poni Canyon.
  • Mysterious Waif: Not much information was given about her in the pre-release period of the game, save that she was crucial to the plot of Pokémon Sun and Moon. And during the early portions of the game itself, she tends to be very evasive and shy about personal details. This is largely due to her awful relationship with her mother and her shame at having been witness to the early stages of Aether's plan.
  • Nice Girl: She has plenty of praise and compliments for the people around her, she treats others with respect, she was willing to defy her own mother to protect Cosmog, and at a few points in the story she'll heal your team. Speaking of her mother, Lillie in fact, forgives Lusamine for everything Lusamine did, and took Lusamine with her on her journey to Kanto, because she heard that Bill had a similar situation to Lusamine fusing with Nihilego and wants to see if he can help get rid of the last bits of Nihilego's neurotoxins from Lusamine.
  • Nice Hat: Lillie wears a white, wide-brimmed hat, presumably to protect herself from the sun. It's also likely part of what her mother forced her to wear to make her look more like UB-01, and once she starts to defy her mother and changes her outfit she ditches the hat.
  • No Sense of Direction: It's made apparent that it's easy for her to get lost, and how she almost always has to travel with someone else as a result. In fact, one of her idle animations is looking around confusedly.
  • Not So Different: On Poni Island, Plumeria says that Lillie is very much like Lusamine, in that they both have extremely strong convictions. Like Mother, Like Daughter as one would say.
  • Oblivious to Love: She doesn't seem to be aware of Hau's rather explicit crush on her, though the two are still friends regardless.
  • One Head Taller: She's actually slightly taller than the protagonist is, regardless of gender, though it's slightly more dramatic when you're playing as female. She likely inherited Lusamine's height genes.
  • Pacifist: Dislikes Pokémon battles, but makes exceptions for the protagonist. And just as often, she'll heal up your Pokémon after they get into a fight with others. Eventually she comes to see that Pokémon battles aren't that bad, and even goes to Kanto to become a trainer herself.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Her official artwork depicts her frowning, and she's definitely this at first, a small pout being her near-constant expression. As time passes and she opens up more to Hau and the player, she gradually starts to smile more and more. Amusingly, a look at the artwork for all her in-game facial expressionsexternal_link.gif◊ shows that her eyebrows are naturally crossed into a furrow.
  • Red Herring: Prior to the release of the game, many assumed that Lillie would ultimately be the "second rival" and pick the starter that has the type advantage to the Player Character. This ends up not being the case and it's Professor Kukui who gets that starter. Additionally, many fans predicted that Lillie may be UB-01, or that UB-01 may be the creature living in her bag. The reason she looks like UB-01 is actually because her insane mother dressed her up that way thanks to her obsession with the Ultra Beasts. Why UB-01 behaves like a young girl, however, is never explained.
  • She's Got Legs: When she changes into her new outfit, the camera has a couple of images focusing on her legsApparently hair and eye color isn't the only thing Lusamine passed down to Lillie.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: She turns very pretty when she changes her outfit.
  • Shrinking Violet:
    • In the Pokémon Sun and Moon demo, she will run away from you even if you simply ask her name. Justified, considering how she is obviously very protective of whatever lives in her bag.
    • In the main game she's also very shy by nature.
  • Significant Wardrobe Shift: After getting rescued from Aether Paradise, Lillie decides to don a new outfit as representative of her getting out of her mother's influence. She calls it her "Z-powered form".
  • The Smart Girl: Examining the bookshelf in her loft in Kukui's lab shows that she's quite interested in advanced scientific concepts.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: She's Huge Girl with Male Protagonist's Tiny Guy.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: Later in the game, she changes her hairstyle to that of a ponytail.
  • Took a Level in CheerfulnessAfter the player's first battle against Lusamine, she not only undergoes a Significant Wardrobe Shift and ties her hair up into a ponytail, she considerably becomes more cheerful, outgoing and open.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: At the start of the game, while generally respectful and polite, she's also rather cold and aloof towards others, and generally looks down on the Hau and the player's lifestyles as trainers. With time, though, she gradually opens up more and more, becoming significantly more cheerful and energetic, and eventually decides to become a Pokémon trainer herself, complete with her own personal journey in Kanto.
  • Uncatty Resemblance: Due to her clothes, hat, and hairstyle, she has a striking resemblance to UB-01. It turns out that Lusamine dressed Lillie up like that on purpose, due to the former's obsession with the Ultra Beasts. Lillie eventually subverts this by getting a change of clothes later in the story, though she still seems to prefer white.
  • Walking Spoiler: Despite being the player's constant companion throughout the game, you won't learn much about Lillie until Sun and Moon's closing hours of main-story content.

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Lillie is like N who has abusive parents only that N was opposite and wanted to carry on the goals not knowing that his adoptive father Ghetsis was using him as his pawn all along. Guzma is in the same predicament where his parents were abusive. Because of this topic is why that Generation V and VII are my most favorite now!

 

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"Wanna see what destruction looks like? 
Here it is in human form - it's your boy Guzma!"

 

The leader of Team Skull. He's a fierce and merciless battler, and seems to have a past with Professor Kukui.

 

  • Abusive Parents:
    • A house on Route 2, his childhood home, hints that Guzma may have had a very troublesome childhood. It's even implied that his father beat him, but Guzma later retaliated and ran away from home afterward. His father says "I tried to set that boy straight, but instead, I was the one who got beat." And then there's the bag of bent and broken golf clubs found in the same house. Makes it more unsettling that the very lady he follows orders from is an abusive mother herself.
    • Further hints that he may have been abused as a child can be seen in his catchphrase about being "the hated boss who beats you down and beats you down and never lets up" (which could be a Freudian slip about what his father did to him), and the way he slips into third-person and screams about what is wrong with him, which combined with his Always Second Best status further looks like sublimated emotional abuse.
  • Always Second BestTake a look at those trophies in his room. All but one of them are bronze, and the odd one out is a silver.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: His bravado isn't just for show; he's easily one of the strongest battlers in Alola, and definitely the strongest member of Team Skull. When you confront him in the Aether Paradise, he's already defeatedGladionnote  and is ready to rip you apart. Also, his team when you battle him in the post-game is on par with the Elite Four, and he can also be found amongst many strong, fightable (and recruitable) trainers in the Battle Tree.
  • Ax-CrazyDownplayed. He isn't necessarily murderous as far as we see, but he's definitely violent, irritable, and aggressive to the point of being mentally unhinged.
    You wanna know what I do when some machine messes up? The first thing I do is give it a nice hard smack! I mean, most of the time I smash it to pieces, but hey, what can you do? (donning a Slasher Smile) Now let's see if I can't fix you!
  • Badass Boast: His section's establishing quote.
  • Because You Were Nice to MeAccording to Plumeria, he likes Lusamine because she's the only adult who ever seemed to acknowledge his strength.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He's just as much of a Large Ham as the rest of his team, but unlike them, he's actually a threat.
  • Big BadSubverted. He is actually The Dragon to Lusamine. Fortunately, he realizes how obsessed Lusamine has become with the Ultra Beasts.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: Of all of the Villain Team Leaders (with the exception of Giovanni, as he was a Gym Leader note as well as a Villain Team Leader), he is the only one who carries a team full of a certain type of Pokémon. In Guzma's case, he specializes in Bug-type Pokémon. Fittingly, this may be because his original aspirations were to be a Trial Captain, the Alolan equivalent of Gym Leaders, and his dedication to a single-type team is a holdover from those dashed hopes. He has a much more varied team when found in the Battle Tree, though.
  • Bling of War: He wears various jewelry, which include a gold watch and a Team Skull pendant.
  • Break the Haughty: He realizes Lusamine has gone too far after being possessed by a Nihilego in Ultra Space after cockily trying to capture one. By his own words, his body and mind were driven out of his control and he experienced fear for the first time.
  • Broken AceIf the trophies in his father's house on Route 2 are any indication, then he most certainly is.
  • Catch Phrase:
    • It's your boy, Guzma!
    • He's also very fond of describing himself as "the hated boss who beats you down and beats you down and never lets up."
    • Another one is "Guzma! What is wrong with you?!", which he says whenever he loses a battle.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Introduces himself as "destruction in human form."
  • Cool Shades: Guzma wears an asymmetrical pair of sunglasses on his forehead. He swaps them out for a symmetrical pair after his Heel–Face Turn.
  • Creepy Shadowed Undereyes: Clearly meaning to evoke this.
  • The DragonHe is one to Lusamine, the president of the Aether Foundation.
  • Even Evil Has StandardsDespite being "destruction in human form," even he feels Lusamine's Omnicidal Maniactendencies are too far.
  • Evil Is Hammy: He's very loud and expressive, to say the least.
  • Freudian ExcuseHe's implied to be as violent and aggressive as he is because of a rough childhood, particularly because his father abused him until he snapped, beat his father up, and ran away from home. Afterwards, he tried to become a Trial Captain, but failed. This combination led Guzma to see society as the source of his problems and drove him to try and take revenge on Alola as a whole.
  • Foil: To Kukui. Guzma mentions that both of them failed at becoming Trial Captains, but instead of doing something good with his talents like Kukui, Guzma went crazy and created Team Skull instead.
    • He's also one to Giovanni. They both lead criminal organizations, specialize in one specific type, and in the end, they both disbanded their gangs in order to focus on becoming stronger trainers. But while Giovanni was the Big Bad of his game, Guzma is The Dragon to the real Big BadLusamine. And while Giovanni is training because he intends to reassemble Team Rocket someday, Guzma has moved on and is training in order to better himself.
  • Foreshadowing:
    • His encounter and battle themes both contain samples of the Aether Foundation theme, which hints towards who he answers to.
    • He knows Hala's grandson, Hau, and that he's approximately the same age as the main character. After his postgame fight, Hala is revealed to have been his former mentor.
  • Good Costume Switch: Sorta. After disbanding Team Skull, he swaps out his sunglasses, ditches the necklace, removes his tattoos, and covers up the Team Skull logo on his jacket with duct tape. The resulting look is largely unchanged except for the removal of all Team Skull motifs.
  • Guyliner: Wears dark gray eyeshadow.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Guzma is known for getting angry very easily, and expresses it physically. When you sit in his chair, you'll notice that the arms of the chair have wear and tear from him slamming his fists on it angrily. He'll also freak out and yell at himself for losing at you constantly.
  • Heel–Face TurnIn the post-game, he disbands Team Skull, with his title changing from "Team Skull Boss Guzma" to "Pokémon Trainer Guzma". After being defeated, he leaves with Hala to train and become stronger.
  • Incoming Ham: He makes his first appearance by introducing himself as "destruction in human form."
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: For all of his fearmongering and bravado, it's implied that his less stellar upbringing combined with his failure to become a Trial Captain left him with some confidence issues. Team Skull is his way of trying to compensate for them and lash out. It's appropriate that his signature Pokémon is Golisopod, an intimidating specimen that evolves from a weak, cowardly Wimpod, but still has the same Cower Power ability under a different name.
  • It's All About Me: Played with. Guzma formed Team Skull as a way of lashing out after failing to complete the Alola Challenge, more specifically because he couldn't pass the trials and instead of moving on, Guzma is blaming society instead. But his underlings are all kids who couldn't make a living as trainers who are also blaming society for their troubles, so Team Skull's ambitions aren't just for him.
  • Kick the Son of a BitchIt may not be clear whether Guzma simply defeated his old man in a Pokémon battle or physically kicked his ass, but either way, it's quite easy to want to congratulate Guzma for doing so, given the strong hints that his father used to physically abuse him.
  • Large and in Charge: Even while slouching, Guzma is visibly one of the tallest characters in the game. His height is even made note of on a few occasions.
  • Meaningful Name: The Guzmania genus is part of the plant family known as Bromeliads, many species of which are notable for being home to micro-ecosystems, and Team Skull gives off much more of a casual and familial tone than previous villainous teams.
    • More specifically, Guzmania bromeliads flourish in hot, humid climates, such as tropical places like Alola.
  • Noble Demon: The entire reason Guzma formed the team was to lash out at a society he felt cheated by. So he took in a bunch of weak trainers and other failures that knew how hard and unfair the life of a trainer can be, and gave them a home and a purpose.
  • Not So Different: In his first appearance, Guzma attempted to pull this card between himself and Professor Kukui, as they both failed to complete the Alola Challenge in their youth. But Kukui points out that they are indeed different, because unlike Guzma, Kukui didn't fail to become a Trial Captain, he just chose to do something else, like become a professor.
  • Rebel Relaxation: He crouches down while battling rather than standing up.
  • Reformed, but Not TamedAfter disbanding Team Skull, his attitude still hasn't changed one bit.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!Once it becomes clear just how far Lusamine's fallen off the deep end, he decides he's had enough and bails. Well, figuratively bails, he can't actually flee anywhere safe given where he is at the time.
  • Sore Loser: He doesn't take losing to a child over and over again very well.
  • Start of Darkness: The formation of Team Skull was the result of his being rejected from being a Trial Captain.
  • Tattooed Crook: He has tattoos of Team Skull's emblem on his forearms.
  • Walking Spoiler: Knowing too much about him reveals that he is Lusamine's second-in-command, and that Team Skull was collaborating with the Aether Foundation the whole time.
  • Weapon of Choice: Golisopod. When you infiltrate Team Skull's hideout, you learn that it's his favorite Pokemon. Unlike most examples of this trope, he sends it out immediately, because its ability, Emergency Exit, would be useless if he saved it for last.
  • Wide Eyes and Shrunken Irises: Sports this look in his pre-battle animation.
  • Younger Than They Look: Plumeria's wording that (Lusamine was the only "adult" who ever acknowledged his strength, rather than the only "person"), and his parents and Hala referring to him as a "young man" suggest that Guzma is a lot younger than he looks, probably in his early twenties, as it's mentioned that he failed at becoming a Trial Captain, and 20 is the cutoff age for Trial Captains.

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Lillie's arc was nice, but for some reason, Sun and Moon seemed smaller scale than past Pokemon games.  Maybe it was because it took so long for the story to get off the ground.

 

You may want to spoiler the TVTropes part, that way you can keep your original points easily visible, and the people who want to read the Tropes still can.

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I really hope we get some kind of bonus content at some point, or something that shows us how Lillie end up at the end.

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I really hope we get some kind of bonus content at some point, or something that shows us how Lillie end up at the end.

She grew up to be me.

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She grew up to be me.

 

Blond hair? Check

 

Charming person? Check

 

Heal others? Check

 

Care about friends and family? Check

 

Damn, I'm so oblivious sometimes.

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We just now need to have a game regarding Lille as one of the heros that you can choose upon the next game. Upon here in Lusamine's section explains that Lusamine tried to kill Gladion and Lillie at one point. -.-

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Mother of the year, Lusamine. :p

 

[spoiler='I heard you were talking about my daughter.']6d244521-b6c7-4975-8dc2-76c4eec53b32_zps[/spoiler]

 

Here come the guy who's pal Giratina, aka, the pokemon with some parallels to Lucifer. :p

Incidentally where the heck did you find this creepy pic ?

 

 

 

Blond hair? Check

 

Charming person? Check

 

Heal others? Check

 

Care about friends and family? Check

 

Damn, I'm so oblivious sometimes.

 

Don't forget the legs. That important. And the fact she's supposed to be 11.

Oh, and the waifu bait.

 

Seriously though, I think they really did a good job with all the characters in this game.

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I always thought that Lillie was really annoying.

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Mother of the year, Lusamine. :p
 

 
Here come the guy who's pal Giratina, aka, the pokemon with some parallels to Lucifer. :p
Incidentally where the heck did you find this creepy pic ?
 
 

 
Don't forget the legs. That important. And the fact she's supposed to be 11.
Oh, and the waifu bait.
 
Seriously though, I think they really did a good job with all the characters in this game.

I drew it myself.

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Mother of the year, Lusamine. :p

 

 

Here come the guy who's pal Giratina, aka, the pokemon with some parallels to Lucifer. :p

Incidentally where the heck did you find this creepy pic ?

 

 

 

Don't forget the legs. That important. And the fact she's supposed to be 11.

Oh, and the waifu bait.

 

Seriously though, I think they really did a good job with all the characters in this game.

 

Oh yeah, how did I forget that? ​To be fair, I barely remember the picture of that Rezzy posted of herself in the picture thread.

 

​Euh, maybe not all the characters. Hau is all about Malasdas or whatever they call the snack and having bad AI when you fight with him the Aether Foundation.

 

I also could have live without the existence of another guy that looks wayy to much like a girl (is this joke still funny after they done it for the like 1000th time?)

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Oh yeah, how did I forget that? ​To be fair, I barely remember the picture of that Rezzy posted of herself in the picture thread.

 

​Euh, maybe not all the characters. Hau is all about Malasdas or whatever they call the snack and having bad AI when you fight with him the Aether Foundation.

 

I also could have live without the existence of another guy that looks wayy to much like a girl (is this joke still funny after they done it for the like 1000 time?)

What guy looks like a girl?  I don't remember any characters from Pokemon like that, unless I'm forgetting someone.

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What guy looks like a girl?  I don't remember any characters from Pokemon like that, unless I'm forgetting someone.

 

The first trial captain, the dude with pink hairs (I legit won't even bother to remember his name).

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It's still disturbing and hurtful that the player doesn't say something before catching Lillie's friend. x.x

I'm just waiting to get the second Cosmog's so that I can get my own as I'm not going to use Lillie's pal. x.x

(Until I have my own first so that I can give them a purpose.)

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The first trial captain, the dude with pink hairs (I legit won't even bother to remember his name).


I forgot about that guy, I guess he didn't leave much of an impression.

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I drew it myself.

 

There's a very strong contrast then, since your other pictures are so fluffy and lighty and all.

Now I like someone is watching me with intend to murder me. One's wonder why. :p

 

Euh, maybe not all the characters. Hau is all about Malasdas or whatever they call the snack and having bad AI when you fight with him the Aether Foundation.

 

Hau ? Who's that ? :p

No seriously, I feel the same, that guy isn't interesting at all.  And he's not even able to do ONE job good.
[spoiler]Seriously, he can't even protect non-trainers from a bunch of losers from team skull. He doesn't even try. Just... what.[/spoiler]

Edited by B.Leu

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Hau ? Who's that ? :p

No seriously, I feel the same, that guy isn't interesting at all.  And he's not even able to do ONE job good.
[spoiler]Seriously, he can't even protect non-trainers from a bunch of losers from team skull. He doesn't even try. Just... what.[/spoiler]

 

 [spoiler] Especially because he can faints Plumera's Golbat with only Raichu and he also has a fully evolve starter with an eeveelution. They also probably all have max affection considering the amount of Malasdas that he ate. [/spoiler]

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There's a very strong contrast then, since your other pictures are so fluffy and lighty and all.

Now I like someone is watching me with intend to murder me. One's wonder why. :p

I suppose that's good.  I meant her to be creepy.

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plOHRK.jpg

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Oh, wow!

This is indeed your dad, Lillie! The portal gave him Amnesia and allowed him to live a probable better life. Hope Lillie will find him soon. :]

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Don't forget the legs. That important. And the fact she's supposed to be 11.
Oh, and the waifu bait.
 
Seriously though, I think they really did a good job with all the characters in this game.

Oh yeah, how did I forget that? ​To be fair, I barely remember the picture of that Rezzy posted of herself in the picture thread.


My legs are okay, I suppose. I'm 5'11", and I have trouble finding thigh-high socks and stockings that actually go high enough and don't cut-off at the knee.

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